Combining doom and a don’t give a fuck attitude is Lucifer’s Fall and above is the cover for their new EP appropriately Fuck You We’re Lucifer’s Fall. This EP offers seven songs in total with the first three being the main songs and the last four being demos. Lucifer’s Fall does a great job on this EP with balancing both low and slow doom and and faster hard rocking sludge sound. Each song has plenty of variation and from one minute to the next you don’t know what sound you will be getting.
Fuck You We’re Lucifer’s Fall starts their new EP off with a song titled Lost. Lost starts you on your listening experience with heavy, slow and fuzzed out riffs that transition to a more up tempo sound that gets you headbanging early. From then on, this thirteen minute songs provides you with romping headbanging riffs and gravel filled vocals. Lucifer’s Fall sucks you in to this song as well as this release with infectious, heavy and memorable riffs and great song writing. Almost immediately you begin headbanging and you just can’t stop listening
Each song on this effort gives you something new that the last song didn’t give you. But with each song being different, one thing is the same throughout, and that is that these songs are heavy and infectious. These songs get stuck in your head until they want to leave your memory. It’s hard to erase from memory heavy and slick riffs, rumbling bass lines, pounding drums and commanding gravel filled vocals. Not only are is the musicianship great on this EP, but the production is great as well making the overall sound that much better.
This EP is a great listen for fans of heavy and hard hitting doom that can make your mind drift with dirges of doom as well as get you to headbang with more up tempo hard rocking sounds. The four demos that appear on this release are great as well because it gives you an even more raw sound as well as a more in depth look in to Lucifer’s Fall. Overall, this release is a good listen that any fan of doom would enjoy.
Fuck You We’re Lucifer’s Fall is out now through Topillo Records.